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2024 $1 AlBr Four Coin Mintmark and Privy Mark Set- Deep Space

  • Coin's reverse design depicts stylised scene featuring an Australian astronaut exploring space and with an insert paying homage to WRESAT-1, Australia's first satellite
  • Set contains a 'C' Mintmark and 'S', 'M' and 'B' Privy Mark coins.
  • Coin's obverse features the effigy of King Charles III designed by Daniel Thorne.
  • Australian legal tender.

The Royal Australian Mint is proud to collaborate with the Australian Space Agency on the Out of this World - Australia in Space coin program. Working across government, industry and academia to advance Australia's position in the global space economy, the Agency is at the heart if space in Australia. Areas where Australia has a competitive edge or strategic interest are many and varied, including positioning, navigation and timing; earth observation; communications technologies and services and much more. 

2024 $1 Four Coin Mintmark and Privy Mark Set - Deep Space

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Australia is going to the Moon! An Aussie designed and built rover will be part of NASA's Artemis program in the second half of the 2020s.LIMIT OF TWO PER HOUSEHOLD

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2024 $1 AlBr Four Coin Mintmark and Privy Mark Set- Deep Space

  • Coin's reverse design depicts stylised scene featuring an Australian astronaut exploring space and with an insert paying homage to WRESAT-1, Australia's first satellite
  • Set contains a 'C' Mintmark and 'S', 'M' and 'B' Privy Mark coins.
  • Coin's obverse features the effigy of King Charles III designed by Daniel Thorne.
  • Australian legal tender.

The Royal Australian Mint is proud to collaborate with the Australian Space Agency on the Out of this World - Australia in Space coin program. Working across government, industry and academia to advance Australia's position in the global space economy, the Agency is at the heart if space in Australia. Areas where Australia has a competitive edge or strategic interest are many and varied, including positioning, navigation and timing; earth observation; communications technologies and services and much more.